In this section we list news releases issued in the last three months.
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|22/5/2015||Recycling & waste collections over May bank holiday
Recycling, food and waste collections following the bank holiday on Monday 25 May will not change.
|18/5/2015||No summer bonfires please
Tandridge District Council is appealing to residents not to have a bonfire to get rid of garden waste.
|18/5/2015||New play area for Timber Hill, Caterham
|15/5/2015||Armed Forces Day National event in Guildford
Guildford is the focus for the whole country on Saturday 27 June as local people and the wider community thank everyone working in the Armed Forces – the Royal Navy, the Army and the Royal Air Force at a special Armed Forces Day event.
|14/5/2015||Proposed changes to local bus services have your say
Surrey County Council has launched a second consultation as part of its local transport review, giving residents the chance to have their say on proposed changes to bus services in West and East Surrey.
|8/5/2015||No change in control after local elections
There was no change in control after the Tandridge District Council elections on Thursday 7 May.
|8/5/2015||Chairmans Charity Coffee Morning
The Chairman of Tandridge District Council, Councillor Liz Parker, is marking the end of her year in office with a Charity Coffee Morning.
|7/5/2015||Join the Chicken Challenge and help prevent food poisoning
National Food Safety Week takes place from 18 to 25 May and is being supported by Tandridge District Council. The focus is on reducing food poisoning caused by poor handling or cooking of chicken.
|28/4/2015||Are you aged between 16 and 24 and looking for a career?
We are currently looking for motivated young people to join us as an Apprentice or Young Worker. The following opportunities are available.
|23/4/2015||Parents Pages 0 to 5 magazine - summer issue out now!
If you are a parent, carer or grandparent of a child under five, or you support them, don’t miss the latest Parents’ Pages 0 to 5 magazine. It’s jam-packed with topical articles including:
|22/4/2015||Young people encouraged to take part in nationwide terrorism survey
Young people in Surrey are being asked to help the National Counter Terrorism Policing Headquarters understand how best to communicate messages around the dangers posed by radicalisation through a short survey.
|22/4/2015||Surrey Independent Living Fair
The Surrey Independent Living Fair is taking place on Thursday 25 June, 10am-4pm, at Epsom Downs Racecourse.
|20/4/2015||Magna Carta Celebrations
The Surrey field where Magna Carta was sealed 800 years ago is today part of the Borough of Runnymede, home to Royal Holloway, University of London. Just a few miles from that historic site, some of the world’s brightest minds are using their knowledge and insight to ensure principles of freedom and personal liberty survive for the next generation.
|17/4/2015||Public ballot for the Armed Forces Day Guildford Cathedral Service
Guildford will be the focus for the whole country on Saturday 27 June, as local people and thousands of visitors join service personnel, cadets and veterans to thank everyone working in the Armed Forces – the Royal Navy, the Army and the Royal Air Force.
Guildford Borough Council and partners are planning an exciting line-up of family focused activities for about 60,000 people, including:
|16/4/2015||Bulky rubbish clearance weekends 2015
Residents with large bulky items of waste, such as furniture that can’t be re-used, can get rid of them at one of the bulky rubbish clearance weekends listed below. At each of the sites a waste vehicle will be available to take bulky goods.
|16/4/2015||Volunteers needed to help train assistance dogs for Canine Partners
Dog lovers in the Surrey area are being sought by national charity Canine Partners to take puppies into their own homes and begin their early training to be assistance dogs for people with disabilities.